Jacqueline Jossa shows off her tum in workout gear after 1,200-calorie-a-day diet

JACQUELINE Jossa showed off her trim tum in workout gear today just weeks after starting a 1,200-calorie-a-day diet.

The actress looked in great shape as she modelled the blue Fabletics sports bra and leggings in her back garden.

She was tanned and glam for the outdoor Instagram update, and her fans loved it.

Posing for a series of snaps in the snazzy seating area, Jacqueline smiled and placed her hands on her hips.

One supporter cheered: "GO on gal! Just spent a hour shopping from ur current collection. We r the same size and sewing you makes me slowly realise our my body is beautiful because u look amazing ! THANK U JAC."

Another complimented: "Beautiful gorgeous stunning."


As a third wrote: "I need your confidence 💗. You look amazing."

Last month Jacqueline started a strict 350-calorie-per-meal diet after vowing to be healthier.

The 27-year-old had kept quiet about how she'd changed her eating habits before revealing she's using a meal preparation company popular with celebs keen to shed weight.

The-mum-of-two showed off one of her meals created by The Lion Preps company which consisted of a tiny box of peri-peri- salmon and broccoli.

The meal-plan business has been used by some other famous faces including Hollywood actor Simon Pegg and professional boxer Lucien Reid.

Jacquline's plan consists of their weight loss (average of 350 calories) and healthy balanced meal plans (around 500 calories), which are made out of fresh food and best ingredients around.

So if she sticks to what she has been given, the I'm A Celebrity winner's daily calorie intake will total up to 1,200 on average.



However, the plans come at a hefty price and will cost Jacqueline £350 every month.

The EastEnders star has a range of tasty options to choose but made sure to tell the company to stay away from one type of meat in particular.

A spokesperson told New! magazine: "The only thing she has asked us to avoid is lamb. She is the queen of the jungle so was happy to try everything.

"We are sending her five days' worth of meals – two a day and a breakfast."

Jacqueline recently vowed to exercise and get fit – but not to get "skinny".

It came after she revealed she's planning to "move more" as it's "good for the brain".

She said: "I'm having those thoughts of I need to start doing a bit for me and I'm going to try and go for walks and maybe do some exercise.

"And no, before everyone pipes up it's not to necessarily lose weight, I wouldn't mind it but it is more just to know that you're doing something.

"Because work-wise I'm feeling really good, I'm busy I'm on the ball and I just want to maintain that and I feel like getting on the ball with it now, it's got to be done."

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